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James Hoffman and Michael Mercurio Mentioned in The Daily Record Article on Existence of De Facto Dividends in Maryland

Offit Kurman attorneys James Hoffman and Michael Mercurio were mentioned in The Daily Record’s article titled, “Md. high court will consider whether ‘de facto dividends’ exist.” The article discusses The Supreme Court of Maryland’s task to decide whether the state will acknowledge “de facto dividends.” The Offit Kurman attorneys represent a client in a matter that involves a man claiming that he was not paid for his 28% share of the family business after he was fired.







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